Gangway News

New Champion Gangway's Mission Gambit!

Tanner is pictured finishing his championship at the Sooner State Kennel Club show in Enid OK on October 16, 2016 by going Best of Breed over top-winning specials for a five-point major and going on to garner G4. He finished from the puppy classes with five majors won over six shows and two weekends. He is the first champion for both his dam GCH Gangway's Mission Countdown and his sire GCH Gangway's Mission Engineer. He is our 42 champion and completes our 9th all-champion litter. He continues a long tradition of finishing with breed wins over top specials and five-point majors. He is co-bred and co-owned by Mary Jo Larsen and Bill Brown.

Gangway Boys Complete Hat Trick with Brace BIS At Montgomery County!

The group-winning brothers Digger and Diesel (GCh. Gangway's Mission Excavator and GCh. Gangway's Mission Engineer) win Best Brace in Show at the Montgomery County Kennel Club on October 4, 2015 under judge Clay Coady. This completes a "hat trick" as the third year in a row and the fourth time in the last five years that Gangway has garnered the most prestigious Brace win possible for terriers. This streak is unprecidented in the history of this great show. The pair were shown as usual by co-owner and co-breeder Mary Jo Larsen.

Gangway Boy Wins Specialty!

GCH Gangway's Mission Excavator (Digger) was awarded Best in Specialty Show at the Lone Star Minature Schnauzer Club Specialty on July 2, 2015. This win came under judge Carolyn Taylor. After being out of competition for an extended time while he grew a rolled coat, Digger is back in action and winning more than his share against the top-ranked specials in the breed, including his brother Diesel, who continues to be ranked in the top 10. He is owned and loved by Kay Medford and is co-owned, co-bred, and co-shown by Mary Jo Larsen and Bill Brown.

Gangway Sisters Repeat Brace BIS At Montgomery County!

The natural-earred sisters Dot and Tess (Ch. Gangway's Mission Descent and GCh. Gangway's Mission Countdown) win Best Brace in Show at the Montgomery County Kennel Club on October 5, 2014 under judge Rosalind Kramer. This repeats their win of the previous year and is the third time in the last four years that Gangway has garnered the most prestigious Brace win possible for terriers. This win followed a repeat Best Brace in Show two days earlier at the Hatboro Kennel Club show. The pair were shown as usual by co-owner and co-breeder Mary Jo Larsen.

Gangway Boy Wins Reserve BIS!

GCH Gangway's Mission Engineer (Diesel) was awarded Reserve Best In Show at the Longview Kennel Club show on July 26, 2014. This win came under judge Nikki Riggsbee after winning G1 under judge Randy Garron. At this time Diesel is the #7 ranked Miniature Schnauzer in terms of breed points. He continues to win consistenly against the strongest competitiion at the breed and group level. He now has 17 group placements with six G2's. He is co-owned, co-bred, and co-shown by Mary Jo Larsen and Bill Brown.

Two Gangway Boys in Top Ten!

The littermates GCH Gangway's Mission Engineer (Diesel) and GCH Gangway's Mission Excavator (Digger) were both ranked in the top ten Miniature Schnauzers at the end of May. They were ranked 8 and 10, respectively in terms of all-breed points and 9 and 10 in terms of breed points. They achieved this distinction despite being shown against each other for two months. They were the only ones in this select group that were breeder-owner handled. Diesel now has multiple group placements including 4 Group 2 wins and Digger now has 3 Group 2 wins. They were both is co-bred, co-owned, and co-handled by Mary Jo Larsen and Bill Brown.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Director!

Otto finished his championship at the South Arkansas Kennel Club show in Camden AR on February 15, 2014. He finished from the bred-by class with four majors and all his points on one coat. He is the fifth champion from his litter, the tenth for his dam Ch Gangway's Jacquemont Jumpstart, and the twentieth for his sire Ch Repetition's Its A Rap. He is our fifth natural-earred champion and our eighth to finish in a ten month period. He is pictured winning his second major at the Baton Rouge Kennel Club under Mrs. Alderman. He is co-bred and co-owned by Mary Jo Larsen and Bill Brown. He earned all his points but one under the expert handling of Larsen.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Endeavor!

Dakota finished his championship at the Nolan River Kennel Club show in Glen Rose TX on January 5, 2014. He is pictured going WD to finish his championship under Mr. Roger Hartinger. He is the 40th Gangway champion and the 20th in the past 4 1/2 years. He completes an all-champion litter of 3 brothers and is the third champion for his sire Ch Gangway's Mission Commander and his dam Ch Gangways Running Ahead. He is co-owned by Kay Medford, Bill Brown, and Mary Jo Larsen. He was breeder--owner handled by Brown and Larsen to his championship.

Gangway Sisters Win Brace BIS At Montgomery County!

The natural-earred sisters Dot and Tess (Ch. Gangway's Mission Descent and GCh. Gangway's Mission Countdown) win Best Brace in Show at the Montgomery County Kennel Club on October 6, 2013 under judge Roberta Campbell. This is second time in the last three years that Gangway has garnered the most prestigious Brace win possible for terriers. This win followed Best Brace in Show two days earlier at the Hatboro Kennel Club show. The pair were shown as usual by co-owner and co-breeder Mary Jo Larsen.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Beyond!

Ringer finished her championship at the Beaumont Kennel Club show in Houston on July 20, 2013. She is pictured going WB and BW to finish under judge Randy Garron. She finished with four major wins, all at the competitive summer Texas shows, and completes our eighth all-champion litter. She is the sixth Gangway champion this year, the ninth in the past ten months, and the 19th in the past 4 years. She is the second champion for her dam Ch. Gangway's Running Behind and the third for her sire Ch. Gangway's Murphy's Paradox. She is bred, owned and shown by Bill Brown and Mary Jo Larsen.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Declaration!

Code finished her championship at the Acadiana Kennel Club show in Lake Charles LA on June 9, 2013. She is pictured going WB and BW to finish under judge David Kirkland. She is the fifth Gangway champion this year, the eighth in the past nine months, and the 36th in the past 12 years. She is the ninth champion for her dam Ch. Gangway's Jacqueminot Jumpstart and the thirteenth for her sire Ch. Repetition's Its A Rap. She is bred, owned and shown by Bill Brown and Mary Jo Larsen.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Excavator!

Digger finished his championship at the Acadiana Kennel Club show in Lake Charles LA on June 9, 2013. He finished on one coat from the puppy class with four majors, picking up the first two his first weekend out. He is pictured winning his second major under judge Bruce Schwartz. He is the second champion for his dam Ch. Gangway's Running Ahead and also the second for his sire Ch. Gangway's Mission Commander. He is co-owned by Kay Medford, Bill Brown, and Mary Jo Larsen. He is bred and shown, as usual, by Brown and Larsen.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Engineer!

Diesel finished his championship at the D'Arbonne Kennel Club show in Bossier City LA on April 22, 2013. He finished on one coat from the puppy class with five majors, including a five-point win, three BOB over group- and BIS-winning specials and two very competitive G2 wins. He is pictured winning his first BOB under judge Sue Goldberg. He is the first champion for his dam Ch. Gangway's Running Ahead and also the first for his sire Ch. Gangway's Mission Commander. He is the fifth generation of Gangway champions. He is bred, owned and shown by Bill Brown and Mary Jo Larsen.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Departure!

Dash finished her championship at the Shreveport Kennel Club show in Bossier City LA on April 21, 2013. She was the second of three Gangway homebreds to finish this weekend. She is our third natural-earred bitch to finish and won all her points from the puppy and bred-by classes.She is pictured winning BW and BOS to under Col. Purhiser. She is the eighth champion for her dam Ch. Gangway's Jacqueminot Jumpstart and the twelfth for her sire Ch. Repetition's Its A Rap. She is bred, owned and shown by Bill Brown and Mary Jo Larsen.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Destination!

Ender finished his championship at the Shreveport Kennel Club show in Bossier City LA on April 19, 2013. He finished with three BOB over group- and BIS-winning special and a G4. He finished from the puppy and bred-by classes and won a Bred-by BIS along the way.. He is pictured winning his first BOB under judge Rosalind Kramer. He is the seventh champion for his dam Ch. Gangway's Jacqueminot Jumpstart and the eleventh for his sire Ch. Repetition's Its A Rap. He is bred, owned and shown by Bill Brown and Mary Jo Larsen.

New Champion Gangway's Wrightime To Agatha!

Toot finished her championship at the North Texas Terrier Club in Dallas TX on December 6, 2012. She finished with a breed win over top-winning dog specials. She is pictured winning her second major and finishing under judge Betsy Dale. She is the first champion for her dam Ch. Jacqueminot Gangway Goto Girl and the fifth for her sire Ch. Attaway Blue Light Special. She was bred by Bill Brown and Risa Wrught and co-owned and shown by Bill Brown and Terry Hamer.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Descent!

Dot finished her championship the first weekend of her second coat at the Conroe Kennel Club show in Conroe TX on December 2, 2012. He finished with four majors. She was half of a multi-BIS winning brace. She is pictured winning her second major under judge Elizabeth Hindley. She is the sixth champion for her dam Ch. Gangway's Jacqueminot Jumpstart and the tenth for her sire Ch. Repetition's Its A Rap. She was bred, owned and shown by Bill Brown and Mary Jo Larsen.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Beginning!

Holes finished his championship at the Cheyenne Kennel Club show in Cheyenne WY on September 2, 2012. He finished from the bred-by class with three majors. The first and second majors were garnered on his first and second weekends out and the third on the first weekend of his second coat. He is pictured winning his third major under breeder-judge Karen Child. He is the first champion for his dam Ch. Gangway's Running Behind and the first for his sire Ch. Gangway's Murphy's Paradox. He was bred, owned and shown by Bill Brown and Mary Jo Larsen.

Gangway Siblings Win Multiple Brace BIS!

The natural-earred brother and sister Otto and Dot (Gangway's Mission Director and Gangway's Mission Descent ) win Best Brace in Show at the Bexar County Kennel Club show on July 15, 2012 under judge Dana Cline. This was first of several Best Brace in Show wins for the pair, who were shown as usual by co-owner and co-breeder Mary Jo Larsen.

Champion Gangway's Final Feature Wins Veteran BIS!

Fresh from winning her veteran class at Montgomery County, Muphie wins Best Veteran in Show (pictured) at the Travis County Kennel Club show October 30, 2011 under Judge Pat Hastings. She garnered this win over a number of distinguished veterans. She was nine and one half years old and this was her first time out since she finished as a one year old. Murphie is the top living producer in the breed with twelve champion offspring. She was shown on this occasion by breeder and co-owner Bill Brown. Murphie is co-owned by Brown and Cheryl Coffman.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Countdown!

Tess finished her championship at the Tyler Kennel Club show in Canton TX on October 15, 2011. She is our first natural-earred champion and finished her championship from the bred-by class with two five-point majors and two wins over top-winning specials. she is pictured winning her second five-point major under Judge Lydia Hutchinson. She is the fifth champion for her dam Ch. Gangway's Jacueminot Jumpstart and the fourth for her sire Ch. Repetition's Its A Rap. She is Gangway's 30th champion and completes our seventh all-champion litter. She was bred, owned and shown by Bill Brown and Mary Jo Larsen.

Gangway Sisters Win Brace BIS At Montgomery County!

Sisters Ace and Bella (Ch. Gangway's Mission Accomplished and Ch. Gangway's Mission Ascent) win Best Brace in Show at the Montgomery County Kennel Club on October 9, 2011 under Mr. Keith Lovell. This is perhaps the most pretigious Brace win possible coming at the premier terrier show of the year. The pair were shown as usual by co-owner Mary Jo Larsen. Ace and Bella are co-owned by Larsen and Bill Brown.

New Champion Gangway's Eclipse Anything Goes!

Annie is pictured finishing her championship at the Rocky Mountain All Terrier Show in Greeley CO on September 9 2011 under Ms. Beisel-McIlwaine. She was the sixth champion for her dam Ch. Gangway's Final Flourish and the first for her sire Ch. Axcium's Superfly. She followed in her dam's footsteps by finishing with a specialtly win. She was shown on this occasion by Chris Hallock for co-owners and co-breeders Bill Brown, Celeste Abell, and Linda Knilans (pictured at right). She is the 29th Gangway champion.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Commander!

Duke finished his championship at the Western Reserve Kennel Club show in Cleveland OH on December 19, 2010. He finished from the bred-by class in two weekends with five majors at the age of six months and nine days. He is the second youngest Miniature Schnauzer to finish its championsip, behind only his uncle Ch. Gangway's Cornerstone Survivor, who finished at six months and four days. He was Bred by Exhibitor BIS (pictured) under Judge Judith Goodin at the Medina show on the Cleveland weekend, which is one of the biggest shows of the year. He is the fourth champion for his dam Ch. Gangway's Jacueminot Jumpstart and the second for his sire Ch. Repetition's Its A Rap. He was bred, owned and shown by Bill Brown and Mary Jo Larsen.

Gangway Sisters Win Back-to-Back Brace BIS!

Fresh from providing everyone an entertaining diversion and winning the brace class at Montgomery County, sisters Ace and Bella (Ch. Gangway's Mission Accomplished and Ch. Gangway's Mission Ascent) won back-to-back Brace Bests in Show at the Cypress Creek Kennel Club Shows on November 13 and 14, 2010. Pictured is the win under Judge Pat Robinson on Sunday. They were shown on this occasion by co-owner Mary Jo Larsen. Ace and Bella are co-owned by Larsen and Bill Brown.

Champion Gangway's Final Feature Now Top Living Producer!

With the completion of her daughter Scarlet's championship (see below), Murphie became the top living producing bitch and the top producing bitch of modern times (last 30 years), with twelve champion offspring. She is second (tied) on the all-time producing bitch list with more champions to come. Beyond just finishing their championships most finished with true distinction: nine finished with multiple bests-of-breed, eight with group placements, six with specialtly wins, five with five-point majors, and two with bred-by BIS. And many went on to distinguished careers as specials: five have been nationally ranked as specials in at least one year and four were ranked in 2009 alone. She is arguably the top producing bitch of all time! Murphie is co-owned by breeder Bill Brown and Cheryl Coffman.

New Champion Jacqueminot J'Escarlat Pour Donnella!

Scarlet finished her championship by going WB at the Wichita Kennel Club show in Wichita KS on April 11, 2010. For her final points including both majors Scarlet was shown by Bill Brown. She is the eighth champion finished by Brown over a 53 week period. She is the twelfth champion for her dam Ch. Gangway's Final Feature (Murphy) and the first for her sire Ch Jacqueminot J'Antonio. This makes her dam the top living producer and ties her for second place on the all time producing list. The photo shows Scarlet winning WB and BOS at the Lone Star Miniature Schnauzer Club show under Dr. Krauss for her first major. Scarlet was bred by Cheryl Coffman and co-owned by Coffman and Donna Giles.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Ascent!

Bella finished her championship by going WB and BOS at the Brazos Valley Kennel Club show in Navasota TX on April 3, 2010. She finished from the bred-by classes and was shown exclusively by her breeder and co-owner Bill Brown. Along the way she won a BOS over top-winning bitch specials. She is the twenty-seventh Gangway champion (twenty-five in the past nine) and the seventh to finish in the past twelve months. She is the third champion for her dam Ch. Gangway's Jacqueminot Jumpstart and the twelfth for her sire Ch. Wards Creek's Medicine Man. The photo is of her winning WB and BW at the Austin Kennel show under Col. Joe Purkhiser. Bella was whelped and raised by her co-owner Mary Jo Larsen.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Accomplished!

Ace finished her championship by going WB, BW, and BOS at the Canadian Valley Kennel Club show in Chickasha OK on November 12, 2009. She finished from the puppy and bred-by classes and was shown exclusively by her breeder and co-owner Bill Brown. Along the way she won a BB and G2 over top winning specials and won the huge bred-by class on the Montgomery County weekend twice. She is the twenty-sixth Gangway champion (twenty-four in the past eight and a half years). She is the second champion for her dam Ch. Gangway's Jacqueminot Jumpstart and the eleventh for her sire Ch. Wards Creek's Medicine Man. The photo is of her winning WB and BW at the Ft. Worth Kennel Club show under Peter Green. Ace was whelped and raised by her co-owner Mary Jo Larsen.

New Champion Gangway's Running Behind!

Bea finished her championship by going WB, BW, and BOS at the Tyler Kennel Club show in Canton Texas on October 11, 2009. She finished from the bred-by class and was shown exclusively by her breeder and co-owner Bill Brown. She is the twenty-fifth Gangway champion (twenty-three in the past eight and a half years). She is the fifth champion for her dam Ch. Gangway's Final Flourish and the 17th for her sire Ch. Destineez Running Brave. The photo is of her finishing wins shown in the breed by good friend Mary Jo Larsen. Bea is co-owned by Linda Wahlquist-Soos.

Champion Gangway Murphy's Lawyer Wins at Devon!

Shown by new co-owner Mary Jo Larsen, Nones was awarded BOS at the Devon show on the 2009 Montgomery County weekend. This is the biggest weekend of the year and in garnering this win Nones defeated all of the top-winning males for the year. He is co-owned by Bill Brown and Cheryl Coffman, his co-breeders, and Larsen.

New Champion Gangway's Mission Apollo!

Bucky finished his championship by going WD at the Galveston County Kennel Club show in Houston Texas on July 19, 2009. He finished at thirteen months of age on one coat from the bred-by class with four majors including a five-pointer. He was shown exclusively by his breeder and co-owner Bill Brown. He is the twenty-fourth Gangway champion (twenty-two in the past eight years), the thirteenth to finish on one coat, and the third in a row shown by Brown to finish with a five-pointer. He is the first champion for his dam Ch. Gangway's Jacqueminot Jumpstart and the tenth for his sire Ch. Wards Creek's Medicine Man. The photo is of his first major win under Mr. Fredrikson at the Bexar County Kennel Club show Junly 11, 2009. Bucky was whelped and raised by his co-owner Mary Jo Larsen.

New Champion Gangway Murphy's Exception!

Tipper finished his championship by going BW at the Cincinnati Kennel Club show in Hamilton Ohio on May 25 18, 2009. He finished as a puppy on one coat from the bred-by class with four bests-of-breed and two group placements. He is the twenty-third Gangway champion (twenty-one in the past eight years), the twelfth to finish on one coat as a puppy, and the third of three littermates to finish on one coat as puppies. He is the eleventh champion for his dam Ch. Gangway's Final Feature and the fourteenth for his sire Ch. Wards Creek's Flying Solo. The photo is of his major win under Ms. Carberry at the New Castle PA show May 23, 2009. He was shown exclusively by his co-owner and co-breeder Cheryl Coffman.

New Champion Gangway Murphy's Lawyer!

Nones finished his championship by going BW at the Shreveport Kennel Club show in Bossier City Louisiana on April 18, 2009. He finished as a puppy on one coat from the bred-by class with three majors, including a five-pointer and two reserves at five pointers. He is the tenth champion for his dam Ch. Gangway's Final Feature and the thirteenth for his sire Ch. Wards Creek's Flying Solo. He is the fifth Murphy puppy to be shown by Brown and the fifth to finish with at least one five-point major. The photo is of his major win under Mr. Cole at the Northeast Oklahoma show April 10, 2009. He is co-owned with his co-breeder Cheryl Coffman.

New Champion Gangway Murphy's Paradox!

Headie

Little Man finished his championship by going BB at the Salina Kennel Club show in Wichita Kansas on April 3, 2009. He finished on one coat from the puppy class with three five-point majors, three bests-of-breed, and two group placements. Specialed on the remainder of the coat he won numerous additional bests-of-breed and group placements and is currently the #4 ranked Miniature Schnauzer. At just 13 1/4" he is yet further evidence that a "medium" sized dog can garner big wins. He is the ninth champion for his dam Ch. Gangway's Final Feature and the twelfth for his sire Ch. Wards Creek's Flying Solo. The photo is of his group placement under Mrs. Bryant at the Northeast Oklahoma show April 11, 2009. He is co-owned with Carl Benson of Richardson, TX.

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New Champion Gangway's Running Ahead!

Headie finished her championship by going BW at the Topeka Kennel Club show in Topeka Kansas on August 18, 2007. This win followed on the heels of her defeating the No. 1 and No. 3 ranked miniature schnauzers the preceding two days. Altogether, Headie finished with four best-of-breed wins over top-winning specials and went on to four group placements. Headie finished at 10 months of age from the bred-by class and was breeder/owner handled to all these wins. She is the fourth champion for her dam Ch. Gangway's Final Flourish and the tenth for her sire Ch. Destineez Running Brave. The photo is of her group placement under Mrs. Dutton at the Longview Texas show July 28, 2007.

New Champion Axcium's Superfly!

Deogee finished his championship by going BW and BOS over specials for his fourth major at the Shreveport Kennel Club show on April 20, 2007(pictured). He was shown on this occasion by Bill Brown. He picked up his first three majors, a specialty sweepstakes best, and best puppy in show at seven months of age shown by breeder-owner Hilde Haakensen. He is the fourth champion for his sire Ch. Jacqueminot's Gangway Goto Guy and the first for his dam Ch. Repitition's Cavalleria Rusticana. He was co-owned at the time by Haakensen, Brown, and Miguel Orozco.

New Champion Gangway's Miguelos Mariposa!

Frida finished her championship at the Hutchinson Kennel Club show in Wichita, KS on April 6, 2007(pictured). She finished with three majors, two of which were four-pointers. She was shown sparingly and finished at sixteen months of age. She is bred and co-owned by Bill Brown and is the third champion for her sire Ch. Jacqueminot's Gangway Goto Guy and the third for her dam Ch. Gangway's Final Flourish. She was breeder/owner handled to her championship. She was whelped, raised, and is co-owned by Miguel F. Orozco.

 

New Champion Gangway's Miguelos Magnifico!

Diego finished his championship at the Tri-State Kennel Club show in Tulsa on Nov. 5, 2006. He won three majors on the weekend, a five-pointer and two BOB from the classes over multiple group-winning specials. He was also Best Bred-by-in-Show at the Mid-Continent Kennel Club show on Saturday. He finished at eleven months of age from the bred-by class with three breed wins over top specials. He is bred and co-owned by Bill Brown and is the second champion for his sire Ch. Jacqueminot's Gangway Goto Guy and the second for his dam Ch. Gangway's Final Flourish. He is Gangway's fifth homebred to finish this year -- all breeder/owner handled. He was whelped, raised, and is co-owned by Miguel F. Orozco. The photo is of his breed win under Mr. Edd Bivin at the Mid-Continent Kennel Club show.

 

New Champion Gangway's Miguelos Matador!

Hans finished his championship at the Manhatten (Kansas) Kennel Club show in Topeka Kansas on August 17, 2006 (pictured). He was WD and BOS over top specials for a five-point win. He had previously won a five-pointer at his first show in Houston and also picked-up a four-pointer the same weekend. He was eight months old and finished from the bred-by class and was breeder-owner handled. He is bred and co-owned by Bill Brown and is the first champion for his sire Ch. Jacqueminot's Gangway Goto Guy and also the first for his dam Ch. Gangway's Final Flourish. He is owned by Raymundo Rodriguez of Monterrey Mexico and is also co-owned by Miguel F. Orozco who whelped and raised him.

New Champion Jacqueminot's Gangway Goto Girl!

Sally finished her championship at the Manhatten Kennel Club show in Topeka Kansas on August 17, 2006. She was WB, BW, and BB over top specials and went on to a G4. Sally finished with six BB over top-winning specials and three group placements. She won two five-point majors and two reserves at five-point majors. She was WB and BW at the Atlanta Miniature Schnauzer Club specialty in April (pictured). She is the fourth in her litter to finish. She is the sixth champion for her dam Ch. Gangway's Final Feature and the eighth for her sire Ch. Wards Creek's Flying Solo. She finished from the bred-by class and was entirely breeder/owner handled. Sally is just 12 3/4" tall. She is a testiment to the fact that you can more than just finish a small dog provided it is well proportioned and not toyish. She is co-bred by Bill Brown and Cheryl Coffman and co-owned by Risa Wright and Bill Brown.

New Champion Jacqueminot's Judy Judy Judy

Judy finished her championship at the Western Pennsylvania Kennel Association show in Pittsburg on March 26, 2006. She finished with four bests-of-breed and one group placement along the way. She was Best Bred-by-in-Show at the ??? show. Judy is the seventh champion for her sire Ch. Wards Creek's Flying Solo and the fifth for her dam Ch. Gangway's Final Feature. She was co-bred by Bill Brown and Cheryl Coffman and is owned by Coffman, who showed her to her championship.

New Champion Gangway's Jacqueminot Jumpstart

Millie finished her championship at the Kennel Club of Greater Victoria show in San Antonio on March 8, 2006. She finished with four bests-of-breed from the puppy class over top-winning specials and garnered three group placements. She was nationally ranked in 2005 by all-breed points with these wins from the puppy class. She finished with one five-point major and a four-pointer. Millie is the sixth champion for her sire Ch. Wards Creek's Flying Solo and the fourth for her dam Ch. Gangway's Final Feature. She was co-bred by Bill Brown and Cheryl Coffman and was breeder-owner handled to her championship by Brown.



 
 

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